The Washington Post reports:
Walmart plans to invest $350 billion in products made, grown or assembled in the United States over the next 10 years, a move it says will help create 750,000 jobs.
The world’s largest retailer said Wednesday that it is committing to source a wide range of American-made products, including textiles, plastics, small electrical appliances, food processing, and pharmaceutical and medical supplies.
The retailer’s Made in America efforts have come under fire in recent years. Truth in Advertising, a consumer advocacy nonprofit group, has repeatedly taken issue with Walmart’s labeling of U.S.-made goods as deceptive and misleading.
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Walmart says it will invest $350 billion in U.S.-made products over the next decade. Earlier efforts, though, have come under fire from consumer advocacy groups that say the Made in USA labels on the retailer’s website are misleading. https://t.co/sCtV0cuukL
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